A. Larry Ross Communications (ALRC) is the nation’s most respected full-service public relations firm specializing in value-added, cross-over communications at the intersection of faith and culture, by projecting client stories emanating from or targeted to communities of faith within the context of traditional news values. ALRC further fulfills its mission to restore faith in the media by providing authoritative source experts to give Christian messages values-added relevance and meaning in the mainstream press.
Aberdeen is no longer just a captioning company! We’re Aberdeen Broadcast Services, provider of digital file delivery services, language services and, of course, captioning services (www.abercap.com). Our three core departments – AberFast, AberCap, and AberLingo – are designed to complement and serve our clients in every aspect all the way from edit to air.
AFTERGLOW is heard on over 100 stations in the United States and Canada, the Far-East, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific. Stories of the origin of the great hymns, stories of the theme the music presents, and stories that enlighten and inspire are an integral part of AFTERGLOW's presentation.
Answers in Genesis (AiG), best known for its popular Creation Museum near Cincinnati, Ohio, is a biblical apologetics ministry, equipping Christians to defend the Bible from the very first verse. Founded by Ken Ham in 1994, AiG promotes biblical authority in the culture (including the church), with a specific expertise in the area of origins and biblical history.
In 1939, the technology of the day was radio, which captured the imagination of a young preacher from Oklahoma named Theodore Epp. Seeing the power of radio to reach people in a new, powerful and personal way, Dr. Epp stepped out in faith in 1939 by moving to Lincoln, Nebraska to launch a visionary ministry on the local radio station KFOR. That ministry was Back to the Bible. And from that humble beginning, a global ministry emerged that has seen countless lives transformed for eternity.
On January 5, 1958, Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tenn., made television history by becoming the first church in the world to own and operate its own television equipment. Dr. Steve Gaines, current Pastor of Bellevue, continues the soul-winning legacy of Bellevue’s television broadcast, and Bellevue’s television ministry continues to be one of its biggest outreaches to the community and the world.
Celebrating 60 years of ministry in 2010, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association directs a wide range of domestic and international ministries, including: large-scale festivals led by evangelists Franklin Graham and Will Graham; Dare to Be a Daniel, a youth evangelism training project; My Hope World Evangelism Through Television; the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team of crisis-trained chaplains; and many others through print, television, telephone, radio and the Internet.
Bott Radio Network is dedicated to providing Quality Bible Teaching, Christian News and Information 24/7 to its listening audience. Their goal is to Get the Word of God into the People of God in this generation. BRN provides a platform for the nation’s finest broadcast ministries to help people grow in the Lord and apply their Faith in their daily lives.
Through BreakPoint and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, Christians are banding together to promote and defend the Christian worldview in the public square, shining the light of Truth into a darkening culture.
Buckner International, based in Dallas, Texas, is a global Christian ministry that seeks to make life better for orphans, vulnerable children and families in the United States and around the world. Established in 1879, Buckner is one of the largest social service agencies of its kind and serves more than 400,000 people each year in more than 18 countries.
As events in the Middle East continue to unfold, there is a growing concern in the world about how Islam will affect our freedoms. Islam is currently the second fastest growing religion, with a following that accounts for approximately 29% of the world’s population.
Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale serves the people of South Florida at six campuses from Boca Raton to the Florida Keys. Started by Senior Pastor Bob Coy in 1985, the church has grown to become one of the largest in the country, with about 20,000 regular attendees. It is one of many churches affiliated with Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, led by Pastor Chuck Smith.
Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational organization committed to evangelism and discipleship. Founded by Bill and Vonette Bright in 1951, Campus Crusade has become one of the largest Christian organizations in the world, with more than 25,000 full-time staff members in 191 countries.
For 50 years, Pat Robertson and the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) has spread the Gospel to the farthest corners of the globe. Through God’s great faithfulness and the generous support of CBN partners, CBN has grown from a single television station into a global ministry.
Throughout the world, Christian Solidarity Internationalis standing at the frontlines of religious persecution, bringing desperately-needed aid to victims of violent jihad, liberating people from slavery, and making the voices of the oppressed heard.
Christian.org provides Christian teaching and resources, and is one of several websites by the Christian Web Network. “The mission of each of our websites is to build up the Body of Christ and provide resources that enable churches and ministries to utilize new media for ministry,” says Lee Raney, Christian Web Network founder.